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Prime Minister Hun Sen, of the Cambodian People’s Party, joined the online social media site, Facebook, 3 month ago. Recently, he announced he had 3 million “likes” on his Facebook page. Now, Cambodia’s ruling party spokesman has dismissed a report that the Prime Minister unfairly increased his number of Facebook “likes”. Hun Sen appears to have overtaken opposition leader Sam Rainsy’s 2.2 million “likes.” Rainsy, head of the Cambodian National Rescue Party, has been on Facebook for at least five years. A report released by the Phnom Penh Post newspaper said that only about 20 percent of Hun Sen’s “likes” were Cambodia-based users. Many of the “likes” came from people outside the country. The report raised the question that the prime minister might have been buying his support on the site. Nget Moses is head of the Internet technology department at an online rights advocacy group. He explains that Facebook users can pay money to advertise their Facebook page, a method known as boosting. Chok Sopheap is executive director at the Cambodian Center for Human Rights. She says that a politician’s popularity should not be judged by social media activity, but by their work as public officials. Hun Sen has been in power for more than 30 years. Political observers say Hun Sen is hoping that he can use Facebook to gain popularity. Important local and national elections will to be held in Cambodia in 2017 and 2018.